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Students raise $6,000 for cancer awareness
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Liberty County High School FCCLA secretary Mikia Frazier, FCCLA President-elect Krisinia Mears, Suzie Qs representative Leah Poole, FCCLA President Alexus Allen and FCCLA Vice President Cierra Aytch pose with the check for $600 given to the Suzie Qs by FCCLA. - photo by Photo provided.

Liberty County High School FCCLA recently held its third annual Pink Panther Day in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
FCCLA members sold 137 breast-cancer awareness T-shirts to students, faculty and community members throughout September and October.
Each person who bought a shirt also had their name placed on a pink ribbon. The ribbons were displayed in LCHS’ common area. On Oct. 30, the advocates wore their shirts, which are imprinted on the back with a breast-cancer awareness ribbon composed of optimistic words, such as courage, survivor and life.
FCCLA donated $600 in proceeds to the Suzie Qs Foundation of Hinesville, a breast-cancer awareness and support group.

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